2022 MLB Draft winners and losers

The 2022 MLB amateur draft began with the first 80 selections Sunday night. Another 536 picks are on tap Monday and Tuesday

 The Orioles had the No. 1 pick for the third time in history and used it on Oklahoma high school shortstop Jackson Holliday

Winner: Sons of big leaguers: For the first time in draft history, the sons of former MLB players were selected with the No. 1 and 2 picks in the draft

1. SS Jackson Holliday: Orioles (Matt's son) 2. OF Druw Jones: Diamondbacks (Andruw's son) 17. OF Justin Crawford: Phillies (Carl's son) 19. 3B Cam Collier: Reds (Lou's son)

Winner: Kumar Rocker: The former Vanderbilt ace, was the No. 10 pick in the draft

Loser: The Dodgers: their first-round pick moved back 10 spots, so they did not have a first-round pick Sunday

Winner: The Reds: Cincinnati landed Collier with the No. 18 pick even though he was a projected top-10 pick all spring

Loser: College kids: LSU masher Jacob Berry went No. 6 to the Marlins and was technically the first college player taken in this year's draft.

Winner: Cade Horton: Horton's impressive postseason showing landed him with the Cubs as the No. 7 pick.

Winner: Diversity: For the first time in draft history, four of the top five picks were Black players.

Loser: Pitchers: only seven pitchers were selected in the first round, nine if you include No. 20 pick Owen Murphy and No. 30 pick Reggie Crawford

Winner: Fans of two-way players

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